Genesis Computer Corporation
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Hellertown, Pennsylvania 18055
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Discontinued products manufactured by Genesis Computer Corporation (listed alphabetically)
--- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Security device for the VIC or C-64 Commodore Computers. Plugs into joystick port. Provides four open/close switch and two analog to digital inputs. Switch inputs allow wiring of doors and windows for intruders. Analog inputs allow temperature, moisture or humidity sensing. Upon switch or analog to digital input activation computer can be programmed to elicit output such as blinking lights or sounding an alarm.
--- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Speech synthesizer or voice output module for the VIC 20 or C 64 commodore computers. ROM based, cartridge plugs into computer (speaker plugs into cartridge). Speech controlled through one speak command. Text to be spoken is typed in quotations following speak command. Four inflection levels possible. May establish string variables (e.g., a$ = " welcome home"). Programmed in machine or BASIC.
--- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Speech synthesizer or voice output module for Commodore 64 computer. Consists of a single unit which plugs into expansion port. ROM based; does not require software. Unit contains amplifier and speaker. No cables or additional hardware requirements. Controlled by 13 BASIC commands. Features speak command, echo command (speaks all information printed on the screen), volume and pitch adjustments, function keys to toggle speech, echo, upper/lower case and translation modes, and help for command listing. Three speaking modes allow conversational speaking (includes punctuation), verbatim speaking (all symbols spoken such as punctuation, parenthesis, etc) and character mode which pronounces each character separately.
--- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Environmental control system for the VIC and C-64 Commodore Computers. Three software packages which allow control of most lights and appliances and a 7 day, 240 event schedule. Used in conjunction with BSR, Radio Shack, Sears or Leviton remote switches.